St. Louis Radio Station Telecasts First Television Seder in the United States

Radio station KSD-TV here telecast a Seder service Monday in what is believed to have been the first Seder ever sent out by television.

The service, conducted by Rabbi Ferdinand M. Isserman of Temple Israel, was performed at the broadcast station where a table and the other necessities were set up and a choir from the Temple’s Sunday school sang Passover hymns and a pupil asked the four questions.

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